Our mission at Right Way Auto Repair is to provide honest and dependable service. We treat our customers like family, so we look out for both you and your car, making sure you get back on the road securely. In fact, we offer a complimentary inspection to help you avoid costly repairs later on, Early Bird / Night Owl key drop box service for your convenience, and local shuttle service to your home or office.
We invest in the latest automotive equipment and service your car with high quality parts. Our auto mechanics are at the top of their trade, fully certified, and provide HONEST and FAIR quality service.
The word "automobile" is derived from the Greek word autos, which means self, and the French word mobile, which means moving. Today's self-moving vehicles are marvels of engineering that offer safety and dependability. Such vehicles are comprised of a variety of parts and components that all work together to achieve a final product: The Car.
A car is made up of about 30,000 parts, and these parts and components, down to the smallest screws, are assembled into systems that perform various tasks – much like the human body. Some systems work in combination with others to perform a larger, sometimes more complex task, while others work individually to accomplish a specific job.
Similar to the manner in which we take care of our bodies as we eat, exercise, maintain physical hygiene, go for medical check-ups, and rest to ensure our bodies stay healthy, we need to care for our cars. Even cars with the best performance need regular service to stay healthy and on the road for many seasons to come.
The importance of maintaining one's vehicle is also mentioned in The Official Ministry of Transportation (MTO) Driver's Handbook:
"It is illegal to drive a vehicle in dangerous condition. But maintaining your vehicle also makes sense from an economic point of view: it can mean better gas mileage and a better price when you sell it. Maintaining your vehicle also helps to protect the environment.
A police officer or Ministry of Transportation inspector can examine your vehicle, its equipment and any trailer attached to it, at any time. If the vehicle is found to be unsafe, it may be taken off the road until the problem is fixed. If you refuse to allow the examination, you can be fined up to $1,000. If the vehicle is then found to be unsafe, your licence plates can be taken away. The vehicle's owner manual often has detailed information on what to look for when inspecting your vehicle and how to address minor problems."
So, The Vehicle Owner's Manual is your best friend! It includes important information that can make you a better driver and car owner, including information regarding maintenance and troubleshooting advice.
Taking care of your vehicle is money well spent. When you detect problems early on, they easier to fix and inexpensive. Your vehicle will last longer, have a higher resale value, and better performance.
We invite you to take a look at our list of auto repair and maintenance services in Hamilton, ON, and give us a call with any questions or if you need more information!